Professors Amy Bruckman and Colin Potts discuss how technology is changing the way people access information.

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The Georgia Tech Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (GTACM) won 1st place at the 2004-2005 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) held in Melbourne, FL.

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Georgia Tech’s Subhash Khot, Assistant Professor of Computing, recently won the Best Paper Award at the 45th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS 2004), held in Rome, Italy.

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Richard A. DeMillo, the John P. Imlay Dean and Distinguished Professor of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, has become a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest federation of scientists dedicated to the advancement of scientific and technological excellence.

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Amy Bruckman's early work on the Turing Game is cited in CNN article.

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Ph.D. student Twaeesup (Term) Apiwattanapong, Assistant Professor Alessandro (Alex) Orso, and Professor Mary Jean Harrold recently received the Best Paper Award and an ACM-SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award.

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CoC  Professor Jim Foley discusses troubling trends in information technology research.

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The Bachelor of Science in Computational Media, approved by the Board of Regents in June 2004, is designed to provide solid computing and programming skills with a strong understanding of new media design.

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Dr. Ralph Merkle, GTISC director, is quoted in New York Times article discussing the philosophy of spam.

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A new Computational Science Venue Initiative (CSVI), starting September 1, 2004, will combine the expertise of both units and centralize campus support for high performance, parallel, and distributed (grid) computing. 

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The Atlanta Business Chronicle notes fewer and fewer graduating from technology programs at metro Atlanta universities.

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The building, funded in part by a $15 million donation from alumnus Christopher W. Klaus, will house faculty of both the College of Computing and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, facilitating improved communication and synergy between the two Institute departments. 

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For the sixth consecutive year and the eighth time in the past decade, U.S. News & World Report ranks the Georgia Institute of Technology as one of the top 10 public universities in the nation. 

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College of Computing Professor Jim Foley warns against the threats of a decline in tech-related doctoral candidates. 

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By strengthening the technology skills of computer science teachers, Tech and the Department of Education hope to boost the skills of students. 

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Atlanta's Infragard chapter plays a key role in preventing against the threat of terror attacks. 

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CoC Assistant Professor Michael Mateas and Andrew Stern's paper, entitled "Natural Language Understanding in Facade: Surface-text Processing," describes the natural language understanding infrastructure for the interactive drama Facade.

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International opportunities for students drive interest in foreign languages. 

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Augusta area high schools adding AP Computer Science courses to be taught by teachers trained at Tech's CoC. 

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"Data Streaming Algorithms for Efficient and Accurate Estimation of Flow Size Distribution," a paper by CoC Ph.D. students Abhishek Kumar and Min-Ho Sung, their Ph.D. thesis advisor Prof. Jun (Jim) Xu and AT&T collaborator Dr. Jia Wang won the Best Student Paper Award at the ACM SIGMETRICS/IFIP PERFORMANCE 2004 Joint International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems held in New York.

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Partnership between CoC and Department of Education provides high school teachers with better training to prepare their students for a high-tech work place. 

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By using robots in search and rescue missions, Murphy is able to help save lives.  Source: Time

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Noonan will speak on the protection of cyberspace at a high technology briefing.

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The program/celebration will announce a partnership designed to revolutionize computing education in Georgia high schools and kick off the Institute for Computer Education teachers' workshops. 

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Researchers search for volunteers in hope of making the Internet faster and more reliable. 

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"Automatic Detection of Fragments in Dynamically Generated Web Pages," a paper by CoC Associate Professor Ling Liu, CoC Ph.D. student Lakshmish Ramaswamy, and IBM collaborators Arun Iyengar and Fred Douglis won the Best Paper Award from the World Wide Web 2004 Conference held in New York.

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As technology becomes more and more a part of our lives, and in some cases our bodies, we must be conscious of both the advantages and disadvantages of technology's impact on our lives. 

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Georgia Tech will have direct access to supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 

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President George W. Bush awarded the Computing Research Association's Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W) the 2003 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM) for "significant achievements in mentoring women across educational levels."

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President Bush announced nine individuals and eight institutions to receive the 2003 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM) at the May 6 ceremony.

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Kolodner's research addresses issues in learning, memory and problem solving, both in computers and in people. 

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This semester six students, two bachelors, three master’s and one Ph.D., graduated on May 1 with expertise in information security.Read More

Tech graduating students who are not only producers, but also innovators. 

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Student-faculty interaction, curriculum enhancement, and student support all mentioned in report.

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By improving the web site for an Atlanta-area non-profit, Cut Out Hungry, CoC students better enable shoppers to save money and donate food to charity. 

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Seniors in Georgia Tech's College of Computing are using their education to help end hunger, an epidemic reportedly affecting over 33 million Americans.Read More

Kaufman will work to meet the needs of a large customer base and build alliances with partners in systems integration. 

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Georgia Tech graduate programs again ranked among the finest in the nation. 

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Ceremony to feature the new Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building as well as a lecture from Mr. Klaus on information security. 

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Dr. Samrat Bhattacharjee, assistant professor of Computer Science at the University of Maryland and Dr. James O’Brien, assistant professor of Computer Science at the University of California at Berkeley are among those selected to receive honors for their “exceptional promise to contribute to the advancement of knowledge.”Read More

Tech researchers develop technology to determine how the Internet is performing from the end-user perspective. 

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GTISC researchers and others are now hopeful that consumer demand will boost efforts to solve myriad issues in the field. 

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Schneck appointed to vice president of strategic development at CipherTrust. 

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Sensors and satellites responsible for guiding cars 200 miles through the desert.
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Thad Starner takes a look at an often overlooked issue. 

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If the “Yellow Jackets” solve the most problems correctly in the least amount of time, they will be international collegiate programming champions and bring the championship back to the U.S. for the first time since 1997.

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Innovations in home of the future designed to help people stay independent longer. 

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Incorporating emotion into games can make games more open-ended and give users more unique experiences. 

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Model attempts to alleviate congestion without becoming too costly. 

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Governor Dirk Kempthorne, Chairman of the National Governors' Association and Governor for the State of Idaho , and Governor Sonny Perdue, Governor for the State of Georgia , visited the Aware Home in November of 2003 to experience hands-on demonstrations of the GVU Center Aware Home Research Initiative's latest technologies designed to promote independent and healthy aging.

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First time a computer science or engineering student selected since the award was created in 1998. 

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CoC’s Mostafa Ammar, Rich DeMillo, Mary Jean Harrold and Ramesh Jain join a distinguished list of colleagues from leading universities, corporations and research labs throughout the world to whom ACM and its members look for guidance and leadership.

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